Quick turnaround. Low-volume customized parts. Complex components and geometries that are impossible to machine. With Stratasys technology and expertise, you can meet these manufacturing challenges and more. From prototypes with living hinges to quick production of curved, hollow composite parts, Stratasys 3D Printing can take help you turn tough demands into astonishing results.
Stratasys patented Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) Technology works with production-grade engineering thermoplastics, including ABS, PC and high-performance materials like ULTEM 9085.
Stratasys PolyJet photopolymer materials range in properties from rigid to rubber-like, with transparency from glass-like to opaque. PolyJet photopolymers simulate standard and engineering plastics. Impressively, PolyJet 3D printing lets users mix different material properties in the same part in a single job.
When you combine the geometric complexity, control and speed of 3D printing with this great array of powerful materials, traditional manufacturing restrictions disappear.
Find more information about specific advanced applications below. Or contact the Stratasys DDM Group for technical expertise that can help you achieve design and engineering feats that were impossible before 3D printing.